Same-sex marriage ruling used to defend polygamy

August 31, 2015
Polygamy cake

Leading up to the Obergefell v. Hodges decision by the Supreme Court—that’s the case that opened the floodgates to same-sex marriage nationwide—Conservatives and Christians worldwide raised their concerns about the “slippery slope” America would likely find herself on as a result of changing the definition of marriage. Basically, if the definition was no longer to be a union between one man/one woman, then anything called “marriage” would be valid. This concern wasn’t an abstract concern. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, in his dissenting opinion, had this to say about this very thing: “It’ is striking how much of the…

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WaPo: Black votes should count more than whites’ as reparations

August 25, 2015
Reparations Now

The idea of reparations for the descendants of slaves has been a topic of discussion in the far-left wing of the Democrat party for years, and there have even been rumblings that Obama might push for such an idea in 2016 before he leaves office. While the likelihood of reparations becoming reality is debatable, there remains no lack of ideas for ways to make America pay, for what the left would call, the sins of America. Such as this little tidbit reported by World Net Daily. Theodore Johnson, a writer for the Washington Post, published an op-ed to spell out…

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John Kasich displays his cowardliness with abortion issue

August 21, 2015
Abortion holocaust

Via the Weekly Standard and the Federalist, there’s a lot of talk within the world of social conservatives about an exchange between Republican presidential candidate John Kasich and an audience member at a town hall meeting Wednesday afternoon. In the meeting a man stood up and told him point-blank that he’s looking for a president who’s a fiscal conservative and who’s also “not a threat to a woman’s right to control her own body.” Of course we know what that “women’s right” part means, right? The answer to the question by Kasich was pathetic to say the least, essentially saying…

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Jeb Bush wants more NSA spying – Is there an AT&T connection?

August 19, 2015
NSA bugs me - So does Bush

Jeb Bush—Republican candidate for president and member of the Gutless On Principles (GOP) Hall of Shame—feels that recent efforts to restrict the power of the National Security Agency to spy on the American people should cease and desist. Not only that, he told a group of attendees at a national security forum in South Carolina that the agency needs more power, not less. He also called on Congress to revisit the changes recently made to the Patriot Act created under his brother, while dismissing concerns by liberty-loving Americans that the NSA violated citizens’ Fourth Amendment rights: “There’s a place to…

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NSA spying worse thanks to help from AT&T

August 18, 2015

Do you remember Edward Snowden? He’s the former CIA contractor who exposed Patriot Act abuses by the National Security Agency (NSA) in 2013 where they were spying on our electronic communications without a warrant. Do you remember how outraged Republicans like Rep. Peter King, Senator John McCain and Senator Lindsey Graham were after the revelations; not at the NSA, but at Snowden for letting America know about the disregard of our constitutional rights? And do you remember how we were told by many of these same Republicans that the NSA wasn’t actually listening to our calls or reading our emails?…

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